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Two magical books in one about the naughty, fun-loving little wamadawipu.cf 'Dragon Danger', a big, bad dragon is coming to attack Wizard Cottage, and only O. Two magical books in one about the naughty, fun-loving little wamadawipu.cf 'Dragon Danger', a big, bad dragon is coming to attack Wizard Cottage.
Synopsis About this title Two magical books in one about the naughty, fun-loving little wizard. Synopsis : This title contains two magical books that talk about the naughty, fun-loving little wizard.
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Hardback Toni Morrison Books. In Dragon Danger , Freddy has to defend his cottage from a big, bad dragon with the help of Odds-and-Ends, the tiny house dragon. In Grasshopper Glue , Freddy receives a parcel from Great uncle Sneezer with a jar that says "Do Not Open" - which, when inevitably opened, contains a girl wizard called Jakaranda, sent on a mission to fight the evil wizard Beetleboot.
The stories are mildly funny and moderately diverting, with the required simple vocabulary and easy sentence structure. They don't feel at all stilted and I liked the alliterative titles and the fact that the pictures were used for occasional speech bubble or two.
The vocabulary is particularly well-chosen to bridge the gap between learning to read and reading truly independently with words such as nimble and scorch - improving a child's range and sophistication without being too daunting. The main character is an immediately recognisable naughty boy, and children will be able to identify with his lack of interest in learning from proper wizarding books, his disobedience and his love for football and practical jokes.
There are simple, humorous and good-hearted line-drawings to break up the text.